Recordings - Presentations and discussion sessions from the 3rd Sheffield Workshop on Structural Dynamics

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This event took place 10 months ago

On behalf of everyone in the Sheffield Dynamics Research Group we would like to say a very big thank you to everyone that participated in the 3rd Sheffield Workshop on Structural Dynamics, which this year was held online.

Please find attached below links to all of the Zoom recordings available. We welcome any feedback from our online event in order to improve on future events, please send any comments to Charlie Field at c.w.field@sheffield.ac.uk

 

Day 1: Celebrating 25 years of the DRG in Sheffield

Introduction and welcome, Graeme Manson 

Historical Perspectives, Jem Rongong

Future challenges in structural dynamics, Keith Worden

Day 1 Discussion session

Day 2: Physics-informed machine learning

Physics-informed machine learning for structural dynamics, Lizzy Cross, Dynamics Research Group

Nonparametric learning of Volterra kernels with Gaussian processes, Magnus Ross, Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield

Deep Latent Force Models, Tom McDonald, Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield

The statistical finite element method (statFEM) for coherent synthesis of observation data and model predictions, Mark Girolami, University of Cambridge

Constrained Gaussian processes for Strain field reconstruction, Niklas Wahlström, Uppsala University

Discussion session 1 - questions from talks. Suggested discussion topic: appropriate explanatory power of data and physics-driven models for different tasks

Novel State-Space Approaches For Nonlinear Dynamic Systems, Tim Rogers, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

Discussion session 2 - questions from talks. Suggested discussion topics: model validation, priorities and challenges for the future

Day 3: Population-based Structural Health Monitoring

PBSHM for populations of bridges, David Hester, Queen's University Belfast

Graphs and hypergraphs for PBSHM, Julian Gosliga, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

Discussion session 1

Extending the notion of forms in PBSHM: an experimental case study, Lawrence Bull, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

An approach to the problem of repair in SHM, Paul Gardner, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

Active and semi-supervised tools for SHM, Nikos Dervilis, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

Graph neural networks and the normal section, George Tsialiamanis, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

Discussion session 2

Day 4: Digital-twins and their validation

Connectivity and the digital twin; developing a web-based operational platform, David Wagg, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

LVV 2020 Showcase, Rob Barthorpe, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

 

We look forward to seeing you all again for another workshop in 2021.

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